The School of Forestry & Enviornmental Studies offers four two-year master's degrees:
The master's degree programs vary in their level of prescription, but all are sufficiently flexible to accomodate the diverse academic backgrounds, professional experiences, and career asperations of a large and vibrant student body. The program curricula draw from more than one hundred courses taught by fifty F&ES faculty, as well as from courses taught elsewhere at Yale. Each student's course of study is customized through consultation with a faculty advisor who guides the student's learning experience from the first week at Yale until graduation.
The master's degree programs require:
A minimum of two years in residence
48 credits of coursework at Yale
A summer intership or research experience
A completion of the Training Modules in Technical Skills prior to the student's first term.
Joint Masters Degrees
Dual Masters Degree